School exhibitions

Investigate Art Course - "Dream Cities" Exhibition 1 April 2011

Investigate Art Course - "Dream Cities" Exhibition 1 April 2011

"What is Art? Who Am I?" Wormholt Park Primary School Exhibition - March 11, 2011


An Exhibition of artworks created by Year 5 pupils from Wormholt Park Primary School that have been inspired by their personal interests, contemporary art and the artists of Studio 106 Art Gallery.


After participating in a series of workshops led by Studio 106 Art Gallery’s Education Manager, Natalie Kay, where the children explored and tested new and interactive approaches to sharing personal interests and learning about contemporary art, they are now exhibiting their works.


Please join us in celebration of their achievements!

Summer Time Life Drawing - Exhibition Private View - September 9, 2010


Studio 106 Art Gallery presents an exhibition of life drawing studies by local artists involved in our unique on-going workshop programme.


Lead by Chelsea artist Simon Tarrant, the workshops place a strong emphasis on the variety of different models studied. The works on display thus reflect this eclectic approach, exploring the diversity of the human anatomy, indiscriminative of age, race and gender.


Working from a combination of short and long poses, the artists have produced a provocative body of work, reviving the gallery walls with a varied pace of energetic immediacy and measured contemplation- providing a refreshing take to this traditional genre.

Creative Textile & Fashion Design Exhibition - January 21, 2011


“We are shaped and fashioned by what we love”

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


Studio 106 Art Gallery is delighted to invite you to the Creative Textile & Fashion Design Exhibition where professionals and amateurs artists will exhibit the artworks created during our Winter 2010 workshops and share their experiences of these with you.


Lead by two passionate and experienced Art Teachers, Sheila Louis and Zeena Shah, the Creative Textile Fashion Design Exhibition showcases textile-based designing artworks in the context of cultural diversity whilst investigating creative processes.


Our workshops place a strong emphasis on practices that help to unfold and nurture ideas and feelings through art experimentation, reaching a point where confidence allows artists to feel free and creative. Hence, the exhibited works reflect the participants’ aspirations, filling the gallery’s spaces with their creations that will make you feel “at home”.


The aspiring artists created design samples from scratch, based on their inspirations and backgrounds. This show brings a domestic feeling into the gallery; you will find decorated lamps, cushions, design samples, clothes and more.

A surprise event, led by our youngest students, will also take place on the Private View.


Studio 106 Art Gallery has a passion to provide an encouraging environment. Our extensive educational programme offers unprecedented opportunities for the students. Through the ongoing support and tutelage of the gallery staff, the participants have benefited from an enviable platform for their artistic talents. Our vision to lead a local creative hub is coming true by being an investor in local talent, allowing people from different backgrounds and experiences to showcase their skills in our intimate and engaging gallery atmosphere.


Exhibiting Artists: Alexandra ‘Ally’ Poole (student), Amber Davies (student), Cara Thomas (student), Katherine Burgess, Nicola Knight (student), Sheila Louis (Art Teacher), Suki Ramzan (student), Zeena Shah (Art Teacher).


Art Tutors:


Sheila Louis: A tutor teaching Textile Design in the adult learning sector who also reaches and stimulates children’s awareness in textiles as an Associate Artist for an Educational Trust. Passionate with pattern, her work is continually evolving in coordination with her personal knowledge, collaborations and experiences.


Zeena Shah: Graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design, she has worked in both fashion and a textile designing and she runs workshops for the public promising to inspire you to get stitching. In 2009, she launched her own collection of handmade and hand screen printed products for the home interior in 2009. More info at


Studio 106 Art Gallery provides a wide range of creative workshops for both adults and young people. For more details visit our website at or contact us at 020 7385 5618, or email us at

Childhood and Memories


3rd – 10th December 2008


Childhood and Memories celebrated the bond between parent and child, with timeless memories in our minds. The show presented a fusion between different generations of drawings, from parenthood nostalgia, childhood drama through playfully executed moments in time.


The exhibition featured installation by Shian Dora, sculpture by Vera Kovacevska, video clips of fading memories by Snezana Jovanovska, Poem of truth written by Georgia Lewis, Mosaic Plaque by Emma and Reuben Marzalek Gittens, Striking Photography by Cynthia Picard, Sound Mix by Gregory and Neo Mano Epps.